On Christmas Eve of last year, I started this whole thing of sharing a list of articles that I think are must reads for anyone involved in WordPress. Ultimately, I ended up publishing the first two on US holidays.

And since today is a holiday in the US, I thought why not continue the trend?

Must Read WordPress Articles

Eventually, the list of articles is going to start looking like this.

In this post, I’ve got a small set of WordPress articles I think anyone involved in WordPress should read as well as a couple of bonus links for those who are involved in the PHP community at large.

Must Read WordPress Articles, Volume 3

Even if you don’t have any downtime today, perhaps this will be something you can read over the weekend or toss into Pocket to read whenever you get a chance.

Obviously, there aren’t as many articles as usual, but that doesn’t mean that some of these don’t carry a lot of value so I highly recommend checking each of them out.

I have a hard time recommending just one because each provides such good information.

Finally, since there’s overlap between HTML5 and PHP, I thought it would be worth to include two additional bonus links:

And that’s what I’ve got for now.

Though I wouldn’t consider myself as someone who is part of the PHP community, I do try to stay up to date with what’s going on with the latest versions and with the coding standards (which is why I included them here in the post).

Even if it’s not a holiday for you hopefully these will be of some use to you. :)